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  • Summary: Willey summarizes decades of sleep research and concludes -- rightly so, I think -- that our modern 24/7 neon-lit lifestyle is as bad for our bodies as Snooki is to the reputation of Italians everywhere.

    Charlotte Hilton Andersen: Want a Bikini Bod for the Summer? Five Health and Fitness Books to Skip

  • In the grand entrance hall, windows composed of triangular pieces of glass let in sunlight by day and the neighborhood's neon-lit skyscrapers and towers by night.

    A global Chinese opera house

  • The Danish director of the Pusher trilogy describes his independent thriller as a salute to an unlikely collection of influences: Grimm's fairy tales; the music of 1970s electronic band Kraftwerk; the neon-lit films of the 1980s; and the angst-filled teenage dramas of John Hughes.

    Fall Preview: Movies

  • My two favorite bars of all time are in LA—El Carmen and Lava Lounge in a neon-lit strip mall on La Brea and Hollywood, no less.

    Save as draft

  • Those parents now peppered the crowd, linked to their excited tweens and preteens -- almost exclusively girls who proudly displayed, sometimes awkwardly inappropriate for their young age, reflections of their teen idol by wearing sparkle makeup, neon-lit hair extensions, lipstick on lips of a nine year old.

    Dr. Jeffrey H. Toney: Selena Gomez and Christina Grimmie: Bright Stars, Different Shades

  • TOKYO The neon-lit streets of Akihabara, Tokyo's famous electronics district, beckon shoppers with iconic Japanese brands such as Sony, Panasonic and Toshiba.

    As Japan's economy struggles, China steps up

  • The girls (Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney) make their way to a neon-lit radio station, where they and a handsome stranger (Robert Beltran of Star Trek: Voyager) must elude zombies and mysterious agents who are coldly monitoring the trio.

    Weekly Mishmash: May 16-22 : Scrubbles.net

  • Then there's the original, neon-lit Nathan's Famous 1310 Surf Ave., nathansfamous.com hot-dog stand, a block from Brooklyn's Coney Island boardwalk.

    A Looong Way From Coney Island

  • When I was an assistant director there, I was struck by the National's similarity to an ocean liner, an entire world in itself, an impression heightened when you know the codes on the doors to take you backstage into the warren of long, windowless, neon-lit corridors beyond.

    The insider's guide to free arts

  • The author travels to the Caruso museum in Brooklyn; to Las Vegas, that neon-lit desert refuge for so many ethnic tribes; and even to Graceland in Memphis.

    When Italians Ruled the Airwaves

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